ANSWER KEY AND FEEDBACK
Correct Answer and Feedback
between sunset and sunrise.
If controls are provided, turn the lights on between sunset and sunrise. (page 1-2, para 2)
outward into the approach zone.
Approach lights help orient the pilot to the proper runway. (page 1-2, para 2)
when taxi information is given.
Turning on taxiway lights alerts the pilot of the direction he should taxi. (page 1-3, para
approach light system.
SFL help direct the pilot to the correct runway when conducting an approach. (page 1-3,
High intensity VASIs during daylight hours provide the pilot with visual information at a
greater distance. (page 1-5, para 13)
Too much information contained in one ATIS broadcast could result in confusion. (page
1-5, para 14a)
A shift changes occurs in the tower.
Alternatives A, C, and D are considered essential noncontrol information which would
require a new ATIS recording. (page 1-6, para 15a)
during each shift.
Ensure that the ATIS recording is complete and accurate before use. (page 1-7, para 18c)